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2009.07.05

The Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy

Robert Pasnau ed., The Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy,  2 vols, Cambridge University Press, 2009.

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Introduction Robert Pasnau;

Part I. Fundamentals:
1. Origins in Baghdad Dimitri Gutas;
2. The emergence of medieval Latin philosophy John Marenbon;
3. Byzantium Katerina Ierodiakonou;
4. The rise of the universities Steven P. Marrone;
5. Monks and friars David Luscombe;
6. Platonism Jan A. Aertsen;
7. Augustinianism Gareth B. Matthews;
8. Censorship Franc,ois-Xavier Putallaz;
9. Modernity Roger Ariew;

Part II. Logic and Language:
10. The development of logic in the twelfth century Christopher J. Martin;
11. Terminist logic E. Jennifer Ashworth;
12. Nominalist semantics Gyula Klima;
13. Inferences Stephen Read;
14. Sophismata Paul Vincent Spade;
15. Grammar Ire`ne Rosier-Catach;

Part III. Natural Philosophy:
16. Natural philosophy in earlier Latin thought Nadja Germann;
17. Creation and causation Taneli Kukkonen;
18. The influence of Arabic Aristotelianism on scholastic natural philosophy: projectile motion, the place of the universe, and elemental composition Rega Wood;
19. Change, time, and place: Cecilia Trifogli;
20. The nature of change Johannes M. M. H. Thijssen;

Part IV. Soul and Knowledge:
21. Soul and body John Haldane;
22. The soul's faculties Dag Nikolaus Hasse;
23. The nature of intellect Deborah Black;
24. Perception A. Mark Smith;
25. Mental representation Claude Panaccio;
26. Science and certainty Robert Pasnau;
27. Divine illumination Timothy Noone;
28. Skepticism Dominik Perler;

Part V. Will and Desire:
29. Freedom and determinism Peter Adamson;
30. Intellectualism and voluntarism Tobias Hoffmann;
31. Emotion Simo Knuuttila;
32. Weakness and grace Richard Cross;

Part VI. Ethics:
33. Happiness Lenn. E. Goodman;
34. Identity and moral agency Mikko Yrjo"nsuuri;
35. The inclination for justice John Boler;
36. Virtue theory Bonnie Kent;
37. Action and intention Jean Porter;
38. The care of souls and 'practical ethics' M. W. F. Stone;

Part VII. Political Philosophy:
39. Religious authority and the state Antony Black;
40. Individual autonomy Cary J. Nederman;
41. Law and nature G. R. Evans;
42. Poverty Michael F. Cusato;
43. Just war Frederick H. Russell;

Part VIII. Metaphysics:
44. The subject of the Aristotelian science of metaphysics Rega Wood;
45. Essence and existence John F. Wippel;
46. Form and matter Robert Pasnau;
47. Realism Alessandro D. Conti;
48. Nominalism in the later Middle Ages Joe"l Biard;
49. Accidents and modes Calvin G. Normore;

Part IX. Theology:
50. Philosophy and theology M. W. F. Stone and Robert Wisnovsky;
51. Faith and reason William E. Mann;
52. Mysticism Christina Van Dyke;
53. Arguments for God's existence Brian Leftow;
54. Describing God Thomas Williams;
55. Providence Hester Goodenough Gelber;
56. The problem of evil Eleonore Stump;

Appendices:
A. Doctrinal Creeds:
1. The Nicene Creed Thomas Williams;
2. Creeds in Islam Dimitri Gutas;
3. Maimonides's Thirteen Principles of Faith Sarah Pessin;

B. Medieval translations:
1. Greek Aristotelian works translated into Latin;
2. Greek philosophical works translated into Latin Michele Trizio;
3. Greek philosophical works translated into Arabic Dimitri Gutas;
4. Arabic philosophical works translated into Latin Charles Burnett;
5. Latin philosophical works translated into Greek John A. Demetracopoulos;
6. Ancient philosophical works and commentaries translated into Hebrew Mauro Zonta;

C. Biographies Robert Pasnau;
Bibliography of primary sources;
Bibliography of secondary sources;

Index nominun; Index rerum.

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